The Pact by Roberta Kray

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Nothing has prepared her for the nightmare that is about to begin...

Eve, the 34 year old daughter of recently deceased conman Alexander Weston, knows a good deal when she sees it - and this one doesn't even come close. However, with vulnerable brother Terry being beaten in jail, she can't afford to be fussy. She needs to organise protection for him, and fast. The intimidating and powerful con Cavelli seems the perfect solution, but how high a price is he going to exact? She may as well be forming a pact with the Devil.

A break-in, followed by a vicious assault, soon makes Eve question the wisdom of her choice. Cavelli is leading her straight into Hell. Suddenly, her own life is in jeopardy; there's a psychopath lurking in the shadows and he's prepared to kill to get what he wants. With two men dead already Eve is forced to turn to the past to find the answers she so desperately needs.

There's only one problem. Time is running out.

About Roberta Kray

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Roberta Kray was born in Southport in 1959. She worked in publishing and media research in London for fifteen years. In early 1996 she met legendary London gangster Reg Kray and they married the following year. Her first book, Reg Kray: A Man Apart, was a biography of her husband. She currently lives in Norfolk.
Published July 20, 2011 by Robinson. 580 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Action & Adventure, Crime. Fiction

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When Eve Weston visits her brother Terry, in prison for armed robbery, she’s disturbed to find him bruised, lethargic and wasting away like a “Dickensian waif.” Another inmate, minor crime lord Martin Cavelli, unsettles her with his air of authority and unblinking stare.

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